All That Glitters Isn’t Gold, Much Like This Big Block C3 Corvette
You’d be forgiven if you thought this C3 Corvette was really nice, and a steal at $24,000.
After Four years of restoring this beautiful 1970 Corvette, it only takes a minute to watch all that work melt away.
The L88 C3 Corvette — it’s like the In-N-Out Burger’s secret menu items, which you can order, but you have to be in the know.
The restoration process started with the 1972 C3 Corvette being found as an unfinished project. The body was already separate from the chassis and simply suspended in a barn for 10 years.
Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the day the world opened up and swallowed eight museum-quality ‘Vettes. Today, the National Corvette Museum welcomed back the first vehicle pulled from the sinkhole, a fully restored 2009 ZR-1 Blue Devil.